Made during a time of physical and photographic transition from place to place to place, these photographs portray the masked nature of resistance to change. Whether in moments of rest, exhaustion, freedom or escape, the photographer’s eye is drawn to the fleeting yet enduring moment that each characters presents. Be it concern or introspection, static or resistant, apathetic or enduring, satisfied or despondent, the images act as self portraits echoing what may be regularly concealed by day to day language actions and perceptions of personality. Like the the hum and crackle the record plays between songs, the street images of basenoise are of moments between.